As it was announced last month at WWDC 2015 event Apple is releasing the public beta of iOS 9. This means non-developers who want to try out the new operating system on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch before its official release will be able to install it on their devices. With the public beta program users no longer need to have a developers account in order to try pre-release software. This is not the first time Apple is releasing a public beta for an iOS update. Previously, public betas have been released for versions of iOS 8, however this is the first instance when a beta for a major iOS release has been released publicly.
If you are interested in trying out iOS 9 on your device then you can simply register your device at this link.
The link as of right now appears to be showing a placeholder as Apple is updating the site for the release. It is live now.
Before you jump to installing the public beta for iOS 9 on your device do keep in mind that it is still a ‘beta’, which means it may have performance, battery and other kind of issues. It is a good idea to not install it on your main or work device.
iOS 9 brings a variety of new features and improvements to iOS. It has features like proactive, split-screen multitasking for iPad, improved Siri, improved Notes app and Photos apps, new News and Wallet apps, redesigned spotlight and app switcher and more.
In addition to iOS 9 Apple is also releasing public beta for OS X El Capitan.